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[U][B]GAMMA Inks TV Deal![/B][/U] November 5, 1996 According to sources, GAMMA has signed a deal with the television network Sports America. According to the deal, GAMMA will broadcast a reality MMA show entitled "Challenger Series" featuring 8 lightweight fighters to be named later. The deal looks to be set through the first season, however if ratings are good, expect "Challenger Series" to be brought back for at least a second season.
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[B][U]Participants on GAMMA "Challenger Series" Season 1[/U][/B] According to sources, GAMMA has decided upon the 8 lightweight fighters to appear on its upcoming reality show "Challenger Series". Rumored fighters include: Luke Hilton (4-1) (Birmingham, AL) Kyle Winterburn (0-1) (Chandler, AZ) Jamie Hewitt (1-0) (Akron, OH) Ian Linderman (2-2) (Denver, CO) Stefan Champion (2-0) (Lincoln, NE) Pat Troy (0-0) (New Orleans, LA) Riley Huxtable (0-0) (Jacksonville, FL) Kenny Magilton (4-1) (Austin, TX)
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[B][U]Upcoming GAMMA Fight Schedule[/U][/B] [B]GAMMA 17 “Dean vs. Amaro“ [/B]- August 1996 Matthew Dean vs. Fernando Amaro (Middleweight Title) Tony McCall vs. Thomas Smith Mike Watson vs. Christian Mountfield Randy Carsley vs. Noach Van Der Capellen John Rivero vs. Lenny McFadden Fatuma Roy vs. Marvin Stevens Callum Henson vs. Malcom O’Hearn Jackson Grey vs. Juan Pablo Rique [B]GAMMA 18 “Bad Blood“[/B] - September 1996 Zvonimir Asanovic vs. JJ Reid (Light Heavyweight Title) Maarten De Vries vs. Neil Napier Nathan Chambers vs. Alan Kendall Charles Stiles vs. Beau Gorshin Ichisake Miyagi vs. Ray Eton Marcus Speed vs. Liam ‘Donnell Milton Harvey vs. Shane Gilchrist Lloyd McAllister vs. Phil Ball [B]GAMMA 19 “Undefeated“[/B] - October 1996 Raul Hughes vs. Lefter Oktay (Heavyweight Title) Anthony LeToussier vs. Faas Smit Patrick Thomas vs. Carl Ratcilffe Luis Basora vs. Keith Plaice Ashley Ballard vs. Jethro Munter Frank Sheedy vs. Don Norman Bruce Steven vs. Darren Southall [B]GAMMA 20 “No Remorse“[/B] - November 1996 Sean Morrison vs. Mario De Souza (Lightweight Title) Buddy Garner vs. Dan Halvorsen Joe Hinchcliffe vs. Simon Vine Christopher Sharp vs. Bryan Van Den Hauwe Steve Mason vs. Vincent Chapin Drew Jenks vs. Nick Detroit [B]GAMMA 21 “Foster vs. Stanley”[/B] - December 1996 James Foster vs. Rick Stanley Jack Humphreys vs. Geoff Cahill Tim Boyer vs. TBA Owen Hyde vs. Elgar Stuart Strange vs. Alex Cole [B]GAMMA 22 - “Regueiro vs. TBA” [/B]- January 1996 Julio Regueiro vs. TBA (Welterweight Title)
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[B][U]GAMMA "Challenger Series" Episode 1[/U][/B] Kenny Magilton (4-1) vs. Riley Huxtable (0-0) Round 1 Huxtable starts fast, unleashing a bomb of a right hand, but Magilton avoids it without too much trouble. Huxtable isn't disheartened though, swinging two more huge punches, with Magilton getting out the way each time, but being forced all over the place. Huxtable finally backs off a little, breathing hard. That was quite a frantic start. Magilton opts to use that, and comes in to throw some jabs. Huxtable is backed up against the cage, covering up. Magilton clinches. They struggle, and the fight enters a lull. Huxtable hits a knee strike to the hip. Magilton slips one leg behind Huxtable and uses that as leverage for a big trip. Huxtable landed hard, with Magilton on top. They're in half guard. It's to Huxtable's advantage that they're right next to the cage, that is blocking Magilton from attacking the left hand side of the body. Huxtable is forced into action to defend a kimura attempt. Magilton tries to step over to mount, but Huxtable keeps his legs in position and ends up almost rolled into a ball. Magilton fires some stiff punches to the back, then one to the face. He reaches through and tries to secure an armbar, but has to be careful as he is in danger of getting picked off with a counter armbar too. Huxtable doesn't appear to be trying that though, instead trying to shift his weight so that he can get back up. Magilton isn't allowing it though, and gets a couple more punches in before settling back into half guard. Huxtable ties him up in a snug clinch. The action halts, and time expires before Magilton can get free. The first round is over. Blurcat.com scores it 10-9 for Magilton. Round 2 Magilton hits the first punch of the round, scoring with a jab to the cheek. Huxtable throws a left hook in response, but it's well wide of the mark. Magilton steps in and hits a low kick. Huxtable ignores it and shoots in for a takedown. Magilton saw it coming though, and defends it brilliantly, sprawling at first, then pushing Huxtable face-down to the ground so that he can take his back. Huxtable turtles up. Magilton hits a couple of hard shots to the body, but can't stop Huxtable working his way up and turning over, pulling guard. Magilton passes guard and gets into side control, but it's an awkward position; Huxtable has the entire right hand side of his body up against the cage, and both his legs wrapped around Magilton's left arm. Magilton's attacking options are fairly limited. He uses a couple of back fists to strike away at the face, but Huxtable covers up to defend them. Magilton tries to pin down one of Huxtable's arms and bring his legs around to trap them fully, but Huxtable uses his free arm to stop that from happening. The ground battle enters a stalemate, as Magilton finds himself unable to do any real damage other than occasional strikes, which he doesn't have the leverage to get much power behind, with virtually no chance of gaining a submission thanks to his left arm being trapped. The referee eventually stands them up, and the time expires before anything interesting can happen with them standing. The round is over. Blurcat.com gives that one to Magilton by 10-9. Round 3 Slow start to the round, they're both circling, looking for an opening. Huxtable tries a looping punch from way back, but Magilton side steps with ease. Jab from Magilton, gets one back in response. Huxtable comes in, looking for the right hand lead, but Magilton shoots in and uses a double-leg takedown. He winds up in a closed guard. Magilton tries to grab an arm to work a submission, but Huxtable is defending it well by using short, sharp strikes to keep him back. Magilton tries to pass the guard, but has no luck. A punch from Magilton connects, but there was no real power behind it. Magilton fakes Huxtable out cleverly, and slips to a half mount. Huxtable manages to hit a firm elbow, then is forced to defend the full mount attempt. Magilton switches tactics and tries to work a kimura on the other arm, but Huxtable blocks it, squirms his leg free, and secures the guard again. Magilton looks frustrated at losing the half mount after having worked so hard to get it in the first place. Huxtable is liable to lose the round on points, but he has done a fine job of defending the submissions attempts so far. Magilton tries to secure a leglock, but the guard is tight and Huxtable is safe. End of the round. Blurcat.com scores it 10-9 for Magilton. Kenny Magilton III wins, with a score of 30-27 from two judges, 29-28 from the other.
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[B][U]GAMMA "Challenger Series" Episode 2[/U][/B] Stefan Champion (2-0) vs. Pat Troy (0-0) Round 1 The round begins with Champion taking the iniative, coming in quickly with a straight right and a leg kick. Troy replies with a snap jab and a wild left that misses by a long way. Champion goes for the takedown, but Troy sprawls. Champion tries to power through, but Troy uses that against him and turns it into a takedown of his own. They're quite close to the cage, which may help Champion defend this. Troy is in guard. He throws a couple of half-hearted jabs, then tries to pass, but Champion isn't allowing it. Champion pulls Troy in tight, locking up both his arms. Troy pulls free and again tries to pass guard. This has turned into a bit of a stalemate, the referee may be thinking of standing them up if nothing happens soon. Troy tries a big right hand, which Champion defends well. He has quite a high guard, Troy has to be wary not to fall into a triangle when leaning in like that. Champion once again drags Troy down into a clinch, and this time even tries to work a guillotine, but Troy easily deals with it and hands out two solid right hands to the ribs along the way. We're back to Troy trying to pass guard. Champion tries to throw a big punch and almost hands an armbar to Troy, but he realises the danger in time and manages to recover. The referee finally gets them back to their feet due to the lack of progress that has been made. Troy scores with a jab, then a second. Champion goes for a sweeping kick to the right knee, but it isn't fast enough and gives Troy enough time to take him down again. Troy quickly goes to pass guard, looking for side control, but Champion once again defends it. It looks like a frustrating round will end with them on the ground, and almost certainly has to go to Troy on points due to him being the aggressor and getting two takedowns in. The first round is over. Blurcat.com scores 10-9 Troy. Round 2 A touch of gloves to start the round, and we're underway. Troy lets rip with a vicious straight right almost immediately, but it's easily avoided. Champion sneaks a jab through the guard and catches Troy on the left cheek, but the follow up right hook only finds gloves. They get close to each other and end up in a clinch, from which Champion manages to get the better position, pushing Troy up against the cage. Right hand to the ribs from Champion. Troy hits a couple of knees to the side. There's a struggle for supremacy going on, it's difficult to see who is winning it. Champion tries a knee of his own, but that is the opportunity that Troy was waiting for and he sweeps the standing leg to take Champion down to the ground, in side control. Excellent takedown. Champion covers up to defend against a pair of back-hand blows, and even manages to sneak a knee strike in. Troy hits a big elbow to the ribs, Champion definitely felt that. Troy drives a knee to the near side, then attempts to float-over into a mount. Champion brought his legs in though, and manages to pull guard. Troy will be disappointed with that. He tries to get a big punch in, but Champion defends it well and gets a hold of both arms. The fight grinds to a halt, with Troy unable to generate any attacks, and Champion unwilling to give up a good defensive position. The referee stands them up. Troy will likely be very angry that he didn't make more of that takedown. They exchange half-hearted jabs as the round draws to an end. The round ends. Blurcat.com sees it 10-9 to Troy. Round 3 Troy takes down Champion, but is pulled into the guard straight away. Troy tries to unload with a couple of bombs, but Champion safely defends them. Troy is leaning a little too far forward, which Champion notices and tries for a guillotine. Troy didn't seem to see it coming, and is caught! Champion wraps it up tightly and forces Troy to tap out! Champion wins via guillotine submission at 0:42 of the third round.
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[B][U]GAMMA "Challenger Series" Episode 3[/U][/B] Ian Linderman (2-2) vs. Jaime Hewitt (1-0) Linderman leads with the right hand to set up a low kick, Hewitt deals with it well. They clinch, but only for a few seconds before it gets broken. Both throw stiff jabs at the same time, neither connects properly. Back to the clinch. It has been a disjointed start to the round, the flow hasn't quite developed properly. Hewitt uses a knee to the ribs before backing Linderman up against the cage. Right hand from Linderman connects though, that was well timed. Hewitt breaks the clinch and backs off. That was sloppy on his part, Linderman was basically gifted a free shot. Three quick jabs from Hewitt sting the gloves, then a crashing hook to the body finds its mark. Good recovery. Linderman fires off a low kick again, but it's well wide. Hewitt fires off three straight jabs, none of which connect. Linderman is forced up with his back against the cage though. He clearly doesn't like the thought of being trapped there for any length of time though, as he quickly comes forward with a barrage of wild punches. Hewitt bobs and weaves to avoid them, but is literally bundled over in the process. There wasn't really any punch that put him down, it was simply the fact that Linderman was advancing at a faster rate than he could back-pedal! Linderman follows up with Hewitt down on his back. Hewitt is in trouble, as Linderman not only has side control, but he has pinned one of Hewitt's arms down between his legs. Hewitt tries to pull it free, but a couple of punches to the face force him to reprioritise. Linderman puts his hand over the mouth of Hewitt, smothering him and breaking his breathing rythm. Hewitt shakes free, but Linderman now moves up and gets into crucifix position. Hewitt is wide open, with little to protect his head. Linderman starts raining down with elbows and fists, Hewitt is getting pounded. A vicious shot hits above the ear, and that's enough to turn the lights out, Hewitt is out cold. The referee is thankfully in there quickly to pull Linderman off and make sure that Hewitt doesn't take any further damage while unconscious. Official time of the knock out is 4:19 of the third. After the fight, it is revealed that Hewitt has suffered a stomach injury that could keep him out for up to six months.
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[B][U]GAMMA "Challenger Series" Episode 4[/U][/B] Luke Hilton (4-1) vs. Kyle Winterburn (0-1) Round 1 Hilton isn't hanging around, right from the start Winterburn is forced onto the back foot by four hard shots, although none of them get through the gloves. Winterburn circles, steps in, then unloads a combination of punches, but Hilton weaves out of the way and scores with a beauty of a right hand, glancing above the right eye. That was some lovely counter punching from Hilton, the timing had to be perfect and it was. Winterburn is looking a bit frustrated, and uncorks a ragged-looking uppercut that missed by several inches. Hilton really should have taken advantage of that mistake, Winterburn was wide open for a moment there. Hilton hits a high kick, catching Winterburn on the shoulder. Jab from Winterburn finds the mark, but it didn't have much power behind it as he was leaning backward too much. Hilton fires off a couple of straight punches in response, but only finds gloves. They clinch, and the fight enters a lull. Winterburn scores with a knee from the clinch, it landed around the hip area of Hilton, who responds with a couple of shots to the ribs. The time runs out with them still clinched though. End of the round. Blurcat.com sees it 10-9 to Hilton. Round 2 Tentative start, neither fighter is willing to commit yet. Hilton fires off a jab, but it was easily blocked. Winterburn fakes a kick, then comes in hard and fast with a takedown, sending Hilton to the floor. The momentum causes Winterburn to almost go completely over the top though, and Hilton is able to flip him to the side and end up on top, in the guard position. Winterburn has the guard held very high. Hilton throws a big right hand, but almost puts himself right into a triangle as a result, and he is forced to fight free. Winterburn throws a punch and it lands right above the nose. Hilton throws four massive punches as a response, threatening to try and knock Winterburn right through the canvas, Winterburn is forced to simply cover up and try to survive. Hilton is controlling the round from this position, although it has to be said that he hasn't yet truly looked like he can stop the match from here. Winterburn moves to butterfly guard and then tries to scramble back up, but Hilton stops that by throwing another set of big punches, forcing Winterburn to go back to the full guard. The round ends with them still like that, with Hilton having totally controlled the round from the guard. That's the end of the round. Blurcat.com sees it 10-9 to Hilton. Round 3 Slow start to the round, they're both circling, looking for an opening. Winterburn tries a looping punch from way back, but Hilton side steps with ease. Jab from Hilton, gets one back in response. Winterburn comes in, looking for the right hand lead, but Hilton shoots in and uses a double-leg takedown. He winds up in a closed guard. Hilton fires off a couple of tentative punches, testing out the guard of Winterburn. Hilton tries to pass the guard, but can't, Winterburn isn't going to let him get a better position, as he knows that Hilton will start raining down punches. Hilton tries a big right hand, but it's easily defended. Winterburn gets a punch of his own in, but it didn't connect properly. Hilton again tries to get past the guard, but again is foiled. It's turned into a bit of a stalemate, although the referee probably won't stand them up as long as the punches continue to flow. Hilton fakes an elbow before trying to pass the guard for a third time, and briefly has side mount, but Winterburn fought it hard and gets back to guard within seconds. Butterfly guard by Winterburn, and Hilton is having trouble generating any attacking threat. He'll probably win the round as he has been more aggressive, but Winterburn has defended the danger well. The 3rd round ends. Blurcat.com sees it 10-9 to Hilton. The official scores are: 30-27 (twice), 29-28 for Luke Hilton. After the fight it is revealed that Hilton suffered a stomach injury that could keep him out of action for up to two months. As a result, Hilton has been removed from the show and Pat Troy is welcomed back onto the show.
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[B][U]GAMMA 17 "Dean vs. Amaro" Results[/U][/B] Fernando Amaro (16-3) def. Matthew Dean (10-3) via technical knockout at 4:30 of round 3. Amaro wins the GAMMA Middleweight Title. Tony McCall (21-4) def. Thomas Smith (6-2) via knockout at 2:44 of round 3. Mike Watson (3-0) def. Christian Mountfield (5-3) via unanimous decision (30-26, 30-26, 30-26) at 5:00 of round 3. Randy Carsley (6-0) def. Noach Van Der Capellen (10-4) via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) at 5:00 of round 3. Lenny McFadden (10-4) def. John Rivero (7-1) via technical knockout at 2:52 of round 3. Fatuma Roya (17-5) def. Marvin Stevens (7-1-1) via submission (rear-naked choke) at 3:31 of round 1. Callum Henson (5-0) def. Maclom O'Hearn (4-3-1) via submission (kimura) at 4:27 of round 3. Jackson Gray (10-3) def. Juan Pablo Rique (4-7) via knockout at 1:25 of round 3.
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GAMMA 18 “Bad Blood“ - September 1996 [B]Zvonimir Asanovic[/B] vs. JJ Reid (Light Heavyweight Title) [B]Maarten De Vries [/B]vs. Neil Napier [B]Nathan Chambers [/B]vs. Alan Kendall [B]Charles Stiles[/B] vs. Beau Gorshin [B]Ichisake Miyagi [/B]vs. Ray Eton [B]Marcus Speed[/B] vs. Liam ‘Donnell Milton Harvey vs. [B]Shane Gilchrist[/B] [B]Lloyd McAllister[/B] vs. Phil Ball GAMMA 19 “Undefeated“ - October 1996 [B]Raul Hughes [/B]vs. Lefter Oktay (Heavyweight Title) [B]Anthony LeToussier[/B] vs. Faas Smit [B]Patrick Thomas [/B]vs. Carl Ratcilffe [B]Luis Basora[/B] vs. Keith Plaice [B]Ashley Ballard[/B] vs. Jethro Munter [B]Frank Sheedy [/B]vs. Don Norman [B]Bruce Steven[/B] vs. Darren Southall GAMMA 20 “No Remorse“ - November 1996 [B]Sean Morrison [/B]vs. Mario De Souza (Lightweight Title) [B]Buddy Garner[/B] vs. Dan Halvorsen [B]Joe Hinchcliffe [/B]vs. Simon Vine [B]Christopher Sharp[/B] vs. Bryan Van Den Hauwe [B]Steve Mason [/B]vs. Vincent Chapin Drew Jenks vs. [B]Nick Detroit[/B] GAMMA 21 “Foster vs. Stanley” - December 1996 [B]James Foster [/B]vs. Rick Stanley [B]Jack Humphreys[/B] vs. Geoff Cahill [B]Tim Boyer[/B] vs. TBA [B]Owen Hyde[/B] vs. Elgar [B]Stuart Strange[/B] vs. Alex Cole
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